Definition Of asocial
avoiding social interaction; inconsiderate of or hostile to others.
the cat's independence has encouraged a view that it is asocial
Example Of asocial
An autistic child placed under pressure will behave in an asocial way by withdrawing, or ignoring or using stereotypes (e.g.: rocking or flapping) to place distance between themselves and the source of pressure.
By suggesting an asocial relationship before the intervention of social roles, class, and structures, it threatens to upset the existing order.
Contrary to a commonly held belief, self-regulated learning is not asocial in nature and origin.
He expresses concern that a society that ceases to respect the ‘res publica’ and loses all faith in a ‘national philosophy’ may well drift into an asocial and culturally vacuous anomie.
He reasoned that atomized, asocial economic actors better serve competitive markets.